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Pacquiao Watch: The bigger they are the harder they fall
By Edwin G. Espejo, Asian Correspondent, 01 Oct 2010
Mexico’s Antonio Margarito is priding himself as the bigger and stronger man when he fights the Philippine’s lone champion boxer-legislator in November. He is right. By far the tallest opponent that Manny Pacquiao has agreed to fight, Margarito could, by fight night, balloon into a full blown mi  Read Full Story >>>

The Ten Count 10.01.10: Bettering the Sport of Boxing
By Ryan Bates, 411mania.com, 01 Oct 2010
2010 is about 3/4 of the way done, and looking back at the year in boxing so far... well... it's sucked. We were all so busy getting our boxers in a knot about Pacquiao/Mayweather, then about... Pacquiao/Mayweather... that there really hasn't been anything that shoots boxing up amongst the mainstrea  Read Full Story >>>

Bakbakan Na Naman
By Manny Pacquiao, PhilBoxing.com, 01 Oct 2010

BAGUIO CITY -- Magandang araw po ulit sa lahat ng mga tagasubaybay ng kolum na ito mula Batanes hanggang Jolo, mula rito sa Summer Capital ng Pilipinas hanggang saan mang sulok ng mundo. Sana ay nasa mabuti kayong   
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CLASH OF THE TINY WARRIORS
By Manny Piñol, PhilBoxing.com, 01 Oct 2010

Minimumweight, strawweight or miniflyweight. This is how they call boxing's lightest division at 105 pounds. It's a relatively new division having been introduc  
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Off Target: Nonito Donaire, The Wayward Superstar
By Carlos Acevedo, The Cruelest Sport, 01 Oct 2010

Nonito Donaire, “The Filipino Flash,” has seen his star dulled recently by his own promoter, Top Rank, who have practically eclipsed one of the most talented fighters in the game. One of their worst habits is the old swit  
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Floyd Mayweather's criminal docket stalls Round 3 of Manny Pacquiao talks
By Michael Marley, Examiner.com, 01 Oct 2010
It may be symptomatic of boxing's many ills that the Biggest Fight That Can Be Made remains in limbo. Nothing is happening, there is no move for a third round of Floyd Mayweather-Manny Pacquiao super bout negotiations. In the runup to Pacman's Nov. 13 Cowboy Stadium bout against Antonio Margarit  Read Full Story >>>

'Manny Pacquiao couldn't knock me down,' says Amir Khan
By Danny Flexen, BoxingNews, 01 Oct 2010
AHEAD of his WBA light-welterweight title defence against Marcos Maidana, the biggest puncher he has faced since Bredis Prescott knocked him out in 2008, Amir Khan has hit out once and for all at the question-marks regarding his chin. Khan, who meets Maidana on December 11 in Las Vegas, insists any   Read Full Story >>>

Book Review:
By Paul Kelly , The Queensberry Rules, 01 Oct 2010
Thursday, 30 September 2010 18:22 If you think boxing has become a crazy, convoluted, beautiful mess only in the last 25 years, Hank Schwartz has a story to tell you. When Don King was only a year or two out of a prison cell and Oscar De La Hoya hadn’t taken his first breath, Brooklyn-born tel  Read Full Story >>>

Geno’s Boxing Corner: Manny Pacquiao/Antonio Margarito & Roy Jones JR’s Failed Fight
By Geno McGahee, RingsideReport.com, 01 Oct 2010
The Roy Jones JR – Danny Santiago PPV fight is off. I wish I could say that I was shocked, although there was a good excuse: hurt hand. Imagine how much your hand would hurt if you had to stand there and shell out all of that money you were going to lose. RSR got informed earlier this week that this  Read Full Story >>>

MALIGNAGGI SHOULD LOOK AT HIMSELF TO FIND THE CAUSE OF HIS FAILURES
By Tim Harrison, Official Scorecard, 01 Oct 2010
It’s not every day that you’ll see me go to bat for a boxing promoter. They make plenty of money, have lawyers, publicists, and marketing consultants that do just that for them. After reading Paulie Malignaggi’s comments about his former promoter Lou DiBella, I felt inclined to comment on the situ  Read Full Story >>>

‘Last Man Standing’ card changes
PhilBoxing.com, 01 Oct 2010
Saturday night at Foxwoods Resort Casino MASHANTUCKET, Conn. (Sept. 30, 2010) – Due to a commission doctor requirement, 3-time world title challenger “Sucra” Ray Oliveira has been forced to withdraw from Saturday night’s main event fight against Joey “KO Kid” Spina on the “Last Man Standing” car  Read Full Story >>>

Martirosyan Looking to Make a Statement!
PhilBoxing.com, 01 Oct 2010

Undefeated junior middleweight sensation Vanes "The Nightmare" Martirosyan (28-0, 17KOs) will be returning to the ring in December, most likely against the rugged Pawel Wolak (27-1, 17KOs). The bout will take place either o  
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Beyond Pacquiao vs. Margarito, big fights on the horizon for both
By Scott Heritage, Examiner.com, 01 Oct 2010

With the November showdown between Manny Pacquiao and Antonio Margarito getting ever closer, many are postulating on how much the latter has to offer at this stage of his care  
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Roach hoping for Khan, Martirosyan and Benavidez to follow Pacquiao’s footsteps
By Chris Robinson, Examiner.com, 01 Oct 2010

For as much excitement as he has brought to the world of boxing over the past years, it is inevitable that Manny Pacquiao will one day walk away from the sp  
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Margarito extends a helping hand to Olympic hopefuls
By Dennis 'dSource' Guillermo, Examiner.com, 01 Oct 2010

Apart from being busy preparing with his trainer Robert Garcia in Oxnard, California for the most important fight of his life on November 13 against   
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Floyd Mayweather: A Mere Con?
Boxing Dispatch, 01 Oct 2010
Golden Boy Promotions CEO Richard Schaefer reportedly has interest in putting together a fight between Floyd Mayweather and Amir Khan, should Khan get by a very real test against Marcos Maidana in December. “It’s in that same sense of putting big fights together,” Schaefer told BoxingScene.com in  Read Full Story >>>

Prison-Released James Kirkland Could Fight in November, December
By Lem Satterfield, Fanhouse, 01 Oct 2010
Southpaw junior middleweight (154 pounds) contender James Kirkland, imprisoned since April 2009 after pleading guilty to a charge of gun possession by a convicted felon, was released from Bastrop Federal Prison, Bastrop, Tex., on Thursday morning, will spend the remaining months of his sentence in a  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao impressive in gym workout
By Abac Cordero, The Philippine Star, 01 Oct 2010
MANILA, Philippines - Manny Pacquiao once again skipped his roadwork yesterday but was impressive in his first day of sparring at the Shape Up Gym where he did four rounds with Mexican Glen Tapia. “It was a very good sparring. Freddie Roach was very happy and he had no complaints,” said Pacqui  Read Full Story >>>

Pacquiao sneaking in bombs to stun sparring mate, say handlers
By Ronnie Nathanielsz, Philippine Daily Inquirer, 01 Oct 2010
MANILA, Philippines—His timing expectedly still needed some fine-tuning, but pound-for-pound king Manny Pacquiao could already find his spots and sneak in those bombs during his first sparring session with Glen Tapia in Baguio City on Thursday. Pacquiao uncorked a left straight that landed square  Read Full Story >>>

I’m Bigger, Stronger than Pacquiao
By Nick Giongco, Manila Bulletin, 01 Oct 2010
MANILA, Philippines — Antonio Margarito doesn’t worry about Manny Pacquiao. “I am not really concerned about him as long as I train hard,” Margarito told the Bulletin in an interview on Thursday that was facilitated by Top Rank publicity ace Ricardo Jimenez. Emerging from a four-round sparring  Read Full Story >>>


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